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Khanun was a typhoon that brought impacts to parts of China and Japan.
Khanun slammed Japan leaving two people dead and cut power in more than 150,000 homes. Khanun lashed Japan’s Okinawa Province, a popular tourist destination, before turning towards the Philippines, but is making a U-turn and is forecasted to make a second lanfall in Japan.
Wind gusts were measured at up to 124 mph, and heavy rainfall up to 7.8 inches was also expected in Okinawa.
Following the second impact in Okinawa, Khanun changed course and is currently forecasted to hit Korea around August 9 and effect the east coast of the region.
For detailed information and forecasts on Khanun, visit the Joint Typhoon Warning Center.
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Tropical Storm Khanun makes landfall in South Korea.
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This two day time lapse shows Tropical Storm Khanun slowly approach Japan and South Korea.
Tropical Storm Khanun meanders in the East China Sea, battering Japan with wind and rain.
Typhoon Khanun evolving over the last five days, bringsing impacts to East Asia.
Typhoon Khanun churns just south of Okinawa, Japan.
An organized Typhoon Khanun approaches the East China Sea and parts of Japan.